Primary Responsibilities: The position of Bilingual Clinician is responsible for providing direct services that respond to the immediate needs of adult and child survivors of domestic violence. This is facilitated by using a family-centered and strength-based model of support. Interventions include assessment, advocacy, crisis intervention, counseling, psychotherapy, and safety planning to adults, children and their families. Primary responsibilities include providing trauma informed psychotherapy to adult and child survivors of domestic violence.
- Provide individual and family psychotherapy to children and adults who have experienced domestic violence
- Complete data entry and maintain thorough clinical records in a timely manner. This includes assessments, treatment plans and clinical notes.
- Facilitate psycho educational and therapeutic groups for children and adults who have experienced domestic violence.
- Stay abreast of local and national issues in the domestic violence field
- Complete other duties as assigned
- 3-5 years’ experience in providing direct services to survivors of trauma.
· English and Spanish language
- Training in counseling, domestic violence, and crisis intervention.
- Knowledge of trauma informed approaches.
- Understanding and sensitivity of cultural and class diversity including immigration.
- Understanding of child welfare, criminal justice and probate court systems.
- Excellent written, verbal communication and presentation/training skills- ability to communicate with various constituents.
Master in social work degree, counseling or related field and current state licensure in either social work or mental health
Training in evidence-based practices not required but strongly preferred.
Level of Language Proficiency
English and Spanish
Minimum Education Required